This includes all data types, objects, and functions.
To control which properties are returned, append the $select query option to the URL to the entity set. This example updates an account entity and returns the requested data in the response.
PATCH [Organization URI]/api/data/v8.2/accounts(00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000001)? $select=name,creditonhold,address1_latitude,description,revenue,accountcategorycode,createdon HTTP/1.1 OData-Max Version: 4.0 OData-Version: 4.0 Accept: application/json Content-Type: application/json; charset=utf-8 Prefer: return=representation When you want to update only a single property value use a PUT request with the property name appended to the Uri of the entity.
Simply updating the properties of an entity that you previously retrieved, and including that JSON in your request, will update each property even though the value is the same.
This can cause properties to appear to have been updated in auditing data when in fact they haven’t actually changed.